Title: Poésies de Louis Racine
Publisher: Libraire de Firmin Didot Frères, Paris
Publication Date: 1871
Book Condition: good
Book Type: book
Louis Racine, the second son and seventh and last child of the famous playwright Jean Racine, was a poet and a man full of gentleness and humility. In 1742 he published his famous poem "The Religion." Poème de la Religion, de la Grâce, Odes Sacrées. Couverture rigide. Half leather covers, boards and endpapers marbled. Raised bands and decorated spine. Text is in French. Faded boards and spine, light browning to the edges. Size: 5" - 7" 0.0. Bookseller Inventory # 273273
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